Following last year’s success, the Blackett Society will be hosting our Second Magdalene College Undergraduate Science Symposium.
The symposium gives undergraduate students at Magdalene a chance to present any research they have conducted over the summer or as a part II/III students to their fellow students and other interested scientists and non-scientists at Magdalene.
The event will start with a 20-minute opening talk by Dr Tim Weil from the Cambridge Department of Zoology . He will discuss some of his own research on embryonic RNA localization and talk more generally about animal development.
This will be followed by two series of short presentations by Magdalene undergraduates separated by a break with refreshments. The full program will be announced closer to the time.
Come along if you want to hear what your friends have been up to over the summer or just enjoy science and want to hear talks on a variety of different scientific topics!
We still have a few open spots for student speakers, so if you have been involved in any interesting research that you would like to present, feel free to get in touch.